Cas Blomberg

Latest Release: Orbital Extraction!

Orbital Extraction Cover eBook

Bleeding out on irradiated Earth is never fun. Mariska is about to discover that the alternative isn’t necessarily better.

Suspense, aliens, intrigue, and a touch of madness in a post-apocalyptic earth all for only 99 cents!

“Who doesn’t love slightly insane characters and chase scenes? Add in spaceships and guns in a high-tech and post-apocalyptic world for an exciting read.” – Beta Reader

Available for purchase at the following sites:

Amazon Kindle * Amazon UK * iBooks * Barnes & NobleKobo


 

Epic Fantasy: Ashborne: The First Chronicle! 

Ashborne Front Cover

A character-driven epic fantasy novel. 

“Net: An ambitious undertaking by a debut author, but one that she manages to pull off.” – Amazon Review

“Couldn’t put it down! Great characters, full of life, of dreams, doubt, longing, anguish, fear and hope.” – Amazon Review

For the price of a latte, purchase hours of page-turning drama!

Available for purchase at the following sites:

Amazon Kindle and Print * Amazon UK * CreateSpace *


Anxiously awaiting The Second Chronicle?

 

-Jakob Borchain, The Temple of the Seven Sisters

Why not jump into Jakob’s Journal, the story of one man from Aramas and how he touches the lives of many.

Updated weekly!

 


 

When Opportunity Beats a Different Drum

I got the message yesterday at 10:00 am. “Marie at work thought you might be interested in this.” In the e-mail from my husband, I found a link to an announcement on LinkedIn about a Pop-up Bookstore. Authors were encouraged to come listen to three key-note speakers share their insights and experience on building an … Continue reading

Awesome is the New Judgment

If you’re visiting for the first time, you might notice my tagline says ‘Awesome Author of Imaginary Tales’. It says it on my business cards, too. Today, I want to talk about that word, ‘awesome’. No, I’m not entitled–at least I don’t think I am. Well, okay maybe, just a little. I believe if you … Continue reading

Catalysts

48th Day of Ripening Season, 342 Years After Mourning Praise be upon the Seven Silver Crowns, she agreed! I was unsure. The girl’s fear is almost tangible. I can smell it each time she enters, too strong even for the damp rot to overpower. Whether she fears me, or the unknown, I cannot say, but … Continue reading

Why I Deleted Everything on My Pinterest Account

One of the first emails I saw this morning came from a mail autobot. It told me someone had left a comment on one of my pins over at Pinterest. This never happens. I get emails all the time about people re-pinning pins I’ve pinned, but never a comment. I opened it. It was from another Pinterest user, telling me I … Continue reading

Our Secret

47th Day of Ripening Season, 342 years After Mourning The quill no longer trembles when I hold it, though I still cannot walk. A thick, sticky crust keeps my right eyelid shut, while the left eye focuses lazily on the darkness, wondering when the pain will end. It is interesting how time increases in the dark, … Continue reading

What do a planet, an alien and a frog have in common?

They all lived in my head! Last week, I talked about how technology has infringed upon traditional methods of creativity and how we should remember to go back to pencils sometimes. I also shared some of my husband’s art work. You’ll remember I mentioned I am NOT an artist. To prove my claims, I’ve shared … Continue reading

Words For Water

The other day I was strolling around Goodreads and ran across a post called Words For Water. In the wake of the Ice Bucket Challenge phenomenon, the title caught my attention. I’m thrilled millions of dollars have been raised for ALS over the past few weeks, but to do so by throwing away something people desperately … Continue reading